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Problem with Kernel automatically installed by cpanel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by EdRooney, Dec 2, 2004.

  1. EdRooney

    EdRooney BANNED

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    How do I fix this error with the 2.6.9 kernel cpanel installed automatically?

    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: KERNEL: assertion (flags & MSG_PEEK) failed at net/ipv4/tcp.c (1284)
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: recvmsg bug: copied 779F2AED seq 779F30A1
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: KERNEL: assertion (flags & MSG_PEEK) failed at net/ipv4/tcp.c (1284)
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: recvmsg bug: copied 779F2AED seq 779F30A1
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: KERNEL: assertion (flags & MSG_PEEK) failed at net/ipv4/tcp.c (1284)
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: recvmsg bug: copied 779F2AED seq 779F30A1
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: KERNEL: assertion (flags & MSG_PEEK) failed at net/ipv4/tcp.c (1284)
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: recvmsg bug: copied 779F2AED seq 779F30A1
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: KERNEL: assertion (flags & MSG_PEEK) failed at net/ipv4/tcp.c (1284)
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: recvmsg bug: copied 779F2AED seq 779F30A1
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: KERNEL: assertion (flags & MSG_PEEK) failed at net/ipv4/tcp.c (1284)
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: recvmsg bug: copied 779F2AED seq 779F30A1
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: KERNEL: assertion (flags & MSG_PEEK) failed at net/ipv4/tcp.c (1284)
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: recvmsg bug: copied 779F2AED seq 779F30A1
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: KERNEL: assertion (flags & MSG_PEEK) failed at net/ipv4/tcp.c (1284)
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: recvmsg bug: copied 779F2AED seq 779F30A1
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: KERNEL: assertion (flags & MSG_PEEK) failed at net/ipv4/tcp.c (1284)
    Dec 2 04:01:09 server109 kernel: recvmsg bug: copied 779F2AED seq 779F30A1
    Dec 2 04:01:11 server109 kernel: recvmsg bug: copied 779F2AED seq 779F30A1
    Dec 2 04:01:11 server109 kernel: KERNEL: assertion (flags & MSG_PEEK) failed at net/ipv4/tcp.c (1284)
    Dec 2 04:01:11 server109 kernel: recvmsg bug: copied 779F2AED seq 779F30A1
    Dec 2 04:01:11 server109 kernel: KERNEL: assertion (flags & MSG_PEEK) failed at net/ipv4/tcp.c (1284)
    Dec 2 04:01:11 server109 kernel: recvmsg bug: copied 779F2AED seq 779F30A1
     
  2. damainman

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    where u read those logs from?
     
  3. EdRooney

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    /var/log/messages
     
  4. Angel78

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    cpanel installed kernel :confused:
     
  5. cPanelBilly

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    cPanel does not install or touch your kernel
     
  6. EdRooney

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    It does if I'm using Fedora Core 2
     
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    No, it doesn't. You may have your server configured to allow your OS update facility upgrade your kernel whenever upcp runs, but cPanel doesn't itself install a kernel.
     
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    The nightly updates will run upcp and up2date. You have to configure your up2date to skip http and kernel to avoid issues like that.
     
  10. EdRooney

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    How do I check for that?
     
  11. chirpy

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    You should check your yum.conf file for exclusions. Please don't ask how - find out for yourself, it's not difficult.
     
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    With 500 servers, you should really know this - Do you have any sysadmins at all?
    When do you find the time to sleep ? :)
     
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    In /etc/sysconfig/rhn/up2date I have:
    pkgSkipList[comment]=A list of package names, optionally including wildcards, to skip
    pkgSkipList=kernel*;

    But yum.conf still upgraded the Kernel, why did it do that?
     
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